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COMPASS MAGAZINE > November 2010

S'more Brunch & Coffee

S'more Brunch & Coffee
The indoor seating area is
quiet and comfortable.

S'more Brunch & Coffee
A bookshelf built into the
indoor staircase carries various
design books.

S'more Brunch & Coffee

By Marlene Translated by Naomi Lai

(04) 2225-1655
8, Alley 6, Lane 500, WuQuan Rd (behind Chung Yo Dept. Store)
Hours: Mon~Fri 9 am-8 pm, holidays 8:30 am-9 pm
(closed Tuesdays)
No service charge. Wireless Internet available.

S'more Brunch & Coffee is a little cafe that came into existence through a dream, a friendship and a passion for cooking. The cafe interior has a clean, bright space design with white and wood colors as the main theme. Sitting here listening to the soft music wafting through the air whisks customers away from the busy city for a moment of peace, and away from their mundane daily responsibilities for a relaxing respite.

The menu consists of healthy light meals with various types of sandwiches (NT$60-150 entrees, NT$118-299 set meals) made from a bread of choice, such as French croissant, American bagel, soft French bread and toast. Meal sets include a blueberry yogurt fruit salad, house special "Devil's Egg" and a beverage.

S'more also offers many high-quality Italian coffees and teas. Aside from the regular espresso, they serve the Fruity Latte (NT$100 hot, NT$110 cold), with a combination of a fruit syrup of choice and the latte creating a unique aroma and flavor. If you are a cocktail aficionado, you must try their Boozed Latte (NT$120 hot, NT$130 cold), which derives an extra layer of flavor from the addition of aromatic alcohol. The most popular beverages are the chocolate drinks (NT$100-130) made with Monbana Chocolate imported from France.

S'more also serves British black tea, fruit tea, and smoothies (NT$60-150). Stop by the next time you are in the area for a taste of their rich menu and friendly service.

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Left: The Tuna-Flavored Sandwich with Ciabatta (NT$110 entree, NT$148 meal set) is a healthy, light sandwich made with tuna salad, fresh fruit and vegetables packed between ciabatta bread. The meal set includes a beverage, salad and "Devil's Egg". The creamy-smooth texture and slightly-sour flavor of the egg yolk makes this a popular appetizer here.
Right: Maple Syrup French Toast (NT$90 entree, NT$128 meal set) combines the warm sweetness of maple syrup with french toast, lightly sprinkled with cinnamon. If you love desserts, you don't want to miss this one.

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